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Seminar about online hate in Ho Chi Minh City

HCMC
Andreas Mattsson with students from the masterprogram at Faculty of Journalism and Communication in HCMC.

Program director Andreas Mattsson hosted a seminar on April 5 about online hate and fake news at Faculty of Journalism and Communication at University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

The seminar consisted of a two hour discussion about the practices of online hate and fake news. Andreas Mattsson shared examples from Sweden about how online hate affects the free space on the internet and argued for a gender awareness when dealing with these issues as practicians or academians. The participants where staff and students from the masterprogram at Faculty of Journalism and Communication.

Faculty of Journalism and Communication in HCMC is a valuable partner for School of Journalism. Over the past years, lectureres from both sides has regularly exchange ideas about digital journalism and how to develop teaching and research within this broad area.